By: Molinberry (MB)
Used in 18 recipes at an average of 2.925%.
Here is my take on “kola cubes”
A Red Cola flavoured hard boiled sweet covered in sugar.
I suggest diluting the FLV red cinnamon down to a 10% dilution in PG make it more workable. ATF does not have red cinnamon 10% dilution in the database.
FA blackcurrant adds another side to the fruityness needed to differentiate between a drink and a candy and also adds a bit of that jammy/jelly mouthfeel
Molinberry pink raspberry adds that tart red fruit with a non-realistic candy like taste.
The tart and sour Just pushes everything over to a candy profile and tarts it all up very nicely.
Edit - added LA cream cheese icing after competition.
Princess cake — or prinsesstårta in Swedish — is a layer cake synonymous with Sweden that is covered in a hard topping of marzipan, which is usually green, giving the cake a unique look. Beneath the marzipan frosting are alternating layers of sponge cake, pastry cream, and whipped cream and often contains raspberry.
Flavor notes for those who are flavor-nerd-ioligists. As taste is subjective this recipe is a ballpark of what I perceive to be acceptable. At the end of the day I hope that at least this combination of flavors will get you pretty close to this profile.
WF Princess Cake is a concentrate that this profile is based on which from the manufacturers description is alternating layers of sponge cake, pastry cream, and whipped cream, topped with marzipan.
WF Angel Cake is a sponge cake with a buttercream flavor and it also carries a light berry note. The Angel Cake also work well with the WF Buttercream Frosting.
WF Buttercream Frosting is a delicate sugary buttercream frosting that needs some boosting from another cream.
The WF Pistacio Cream provides a boost to the buttercream and the creamy almond is bent towards a marzipan with the aid of FA Marzipan.
FA Marzipan is used as a sweetener and adds nuttiness of sugar-glazed bitter almonds.
The MB Pink Raspberry provides a soft, lightly floral and tart contrast to the cake layers.
Tested using a single coil RDA 60 Watts, 0.18 Ohms